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Terrorizer Does Tuska! Day 2 In Pictures And Videos
Day two at Tuska has been a real corker. Here’s our audio/visual round up.
Today was actually Anaal Nathrakh’s first show in Finland, and with Mick back on stage with them once again, they performed one of the best sets of their career. They got a batshit reaction from the crowd, the tent was heaving, and they even threw in a brand new song from their upcoming album due in September time. Long live the ‘Thrakh!
We only caught the back end of Amoral’s set (as they clashed with Anaal Nathrakh), but boy do those guys like pyro! It’s just a shame that their wasn’t a bigger crowd as the quintet are rapidly becoming one of Finland’s rising stars.
Although Textures techy post metal sounds are ace, it’s not exactly best witnessed in a festival setting. They started off slow but got a fair few headbangers on their side by the end.
Sonata Arctica couldn’t get all their equipment to Tuska in time for tonight’s show so they’re using all new gear instead. They looked flash and sounded top, definitely a band you have to see on the mainland to fully appreciate their prowess.
Where do we even begin with Victims? Those guys can shred! Their set was fast as fuck and along with ‘Nathrakh, it was one of the best sets of the weekend!
Behemoth are on fine form yet again and absolutely pulverised Tuska. Their headline set at Bloodstock is going to be something special!
As for headliners Sabaton they have so much pyro, so many fireworks and loads of singalongs. The Swedes were worthy headliners here at Tuska and having proved themselves on the continent, it’s only a matter of time before they become the next big festival headliner in metal!
Before their set, we cornered Sabaton bassist Pär Sundström and new guitarist Tobbe Englund to find out just what we can expect when they return to our shores later in the year.